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Image: 2004CampaignAttention (edit)
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Description: These maps show the amount of attention the Bush and Kerry campaigns (considered together) gave to each state during the final five weeks of the 2004 election: At the top, each waving hand represents a visit from a presidential or vice-presidential candidate during the final five weeks of the election. (Candidates' visits to their own home states are not counted.) At the bottom, each dollar sign represents one million dollars spent on TV advertising by the campaigns during the same time period. Data from FairVote's report, "Who Picks the President?"
Title: 2004CampaignAttention (edit)
Author: derivative work: ChrisnHouston (talk) 2004CampaignAttention.png: Szu
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